Rupert Pontin argues that diesel fuel cannot be easily dismissed

It seems only yesterday that diesel propulsion was hailed as the saviour to the economy and the best way forward to reduce pollution and motoring costs at the same time. Petrol power was destined to slide in popularity and some predicted that diesel power was set to take up to 70% of registrations each year.

Rupert Pontin argues that diesel fuel cannot be easily dismissed

Jun 29, 2015

It seems only yesterday that diesel propulsion was hailed as the saviour to the economy and the best way forward to reduce pollution and motoring costs at the same time. Petrol power was destined to slide in popularity and some predicted that diesel power was set to take up to 70% of registrations each year.

Johnnie Halliday joins Linedata’s UK operation

Johnnie Halliday has been appointed director of sales, lending & leasing at Linedata in the UK. Halliday is a former director of both Cassiopae UK and CQ Systems (now NetSol Technologies) and is a well-known industry figure with over 30 years’ experience in software sales and leasing, in a variety of companies and commercial management roles.

Johnnie Halliday joins Linedata’s UK operation

Jun 22, 2015

Johnnie Halliday has been appointed director of sales, lending & leasing at Linedata in the UK. Halliday is a former director of both Cassiopae UK and CQ Systems (now NetSol Technologies) and is a well-known industry figure with over 30 years’ experience in software sales and leasing, in a variety of companies and commercial management roles.

New Head of Corporate Development at Emric

Joakim Blom has been appointed as the Head of Corporate Development and Strategy at Emric. Blom joins from Seamless where his last job was general manager for the US market, responsible for the company’s market establishment in US.

New Head of Corporate Development at Emric

Jun 17, 2015

Joakim Blom has been appointed as the Head of Corporate Development and Strategy at Emric. Blom joins from Seamless where his last job was general manager for the US market, responsible for the company’s market establishment in US.

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Jackie Barrie explores the human dilemma surrounding autonomous cars

Apr 01, 2015

It was the end of the 1800s, and James Darling was one of Queen Victoria’s coach drivers. By convention, she should have addressed him by his surname, but to avoid embarrassment, she used his first name. This gave rise to the expression: “Home, James, and don’t spare the horses!” The phrase subsequently became popularised in song, film and cliché. Here we are, around 125 years later, and we might soon find ourselves being driven about – not by a coachman, but by our own car. We’re already becoming used to cars that have autonomous functions such as cruise control, lane assist and advanced braking. But are we ready for a fully automated vehicle?

 
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